GET TO KNOW:

SCOTT JONES

WHO IS SCOTT JONES:

Scott was born on November 15th, 1965 in Frankfurt, Germany-- later he was adopted by Army parents and was brought to America as a baby.  

Scott then became a naturalized United States Citizen at the age of 18 right here in Mobile, AL. Scott went on to Graduate from Vigor High School in Prichard Alabama. Scott then married Susan Gaston Jones in 1985 and enlisted in the United States Army in 1988; they have 4 children, all grown and gone, with the youngest currently a freshman at Troy University. Scott has been blessed with 4 grandchildren.

Scott returned to Mobile in 1990 to finish college at Mobile College and the ROTC program at the University of South Alabama, receiving his bachelor's degree and commission in 1992. Scott continued his education and received a Master's Degree in 1998 and a post-graduate Certification in Educational Organization Leadership from Northcentral University. He served on active duty as an Officer and Apache Pilot retiring in 2012 as a Lieutenant Colonel.  He served for 4 years in a Combat Zone in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Scott was elected as President of the Ridgefield HOA in 2019 and has been working with various offices within the City Administration including the Planning Commission, Traffic Engineering, Department of Public Works, and the City Council to work on significant issues of safety and security and zoning that has direct impacts to the neighborhood.

WHY RUN FOR CITY COUNCIL:

Scott is running for City Council because he loves this City. He cares about the families and businesses in his district. Scott sees that our City is losing residents, and that decline comes directly from neighborhoods being ignored. He's prepared to face these challenges head-on. Scott knows that our district needs its next voice on the council to be one that represents the citizens, not one that appeases special interests or the insiders of city hall. I’m ready to bring the voices of our district together, prepare our city to tackle the challenges we’re facing, and get the job done.